Twitter’s Ev thinks Twitter can help you overcome Information Overload.
That’s Sillicon Valley thinking. Information "overload" is a Sillicon Valley type of problem. Such problems are mostly a matter of choice, exist in a very small sub-culture — and have virtually no baring on the real lives of normal people. (more…)
The following 15 minute setup enables you to use Evernote as a frictionless GTD list application. Easy entry, no multiple notebooks required. Works with you, not against you.
The setup features:
- notebook independent setup: enter and use to do notes anywhere, anytime
- Project List
- list aggregating all next actions
- @ context lists
- Waiting For
- 5 “time required” levels & lists
- done/audit list
- toggle checkbox (/tag) to move items on/off the Someday/Maybe list
The description is for an old Windows desktop client, Evernote 3.1, but works anywhere Evernote does. Current versions of Evernote have no counts shown next to the saved searches: Evernote 3.1 gives a clear at-a-glance view of where you have how many open items.